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BT v CU [2021] EWFC 87

Date:27 JAN 2022
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(Family Court, Mostyn J, 01 November 2021)

Family proceedings – Orders in family proceedings – Variation of order

The Family Division, in an application by the applicant husband to change his financial obligations made under a court order, held that it was unlikely the COVID-19 could be a qualifying event under the case of Barder v Barder [1988] AC 20, [1987] 2 FLR 480, but it would depend on the facts of the case.


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Neutral Citation Number: [2021] EWFC 87 

Case No: BV18D07667 

IN THE FAMILY COURT 
 
 
Royal Courts of Justice Strand, London, WC2A 2LL 
 
Date: 1 November 2021 
 
Before : 
 

MR JUSTICE MOSTYN 

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Between : 
 
BT  
Applicant 
   

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CU 
Respondent 

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Alexander Chandler instructed by Osbornes Law for the Applicant
Amy Kisser instructed by Mills and Reeve for the Respondent 
 

Hearing dates: 7-8 October 2021 

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Approved Judgment 
 
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MR JUSTICE MOSTYN 
 
 
The judge gives permission for this anonymised version of the judgment to be published. No publication or report of the judgment may reveal (1) the identities or residence of the parties or their children, (2) the schools of the children, or (3) the name of the applicant’s business. Breach of this prohibition will amount to a contempt of court. 

Judgment: BT v CU [2021] EWFC 87

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